Monthly Archives: March 2016

Register today for the Warnken Judicial Clerkship Institute

Attention future judicial clerks and interns: You are cordially invited to attend the Byron L. Warnken Judicial Clerkship Institute, an intensive, one-day training session conducted by judges, court clerks and other court personnel to prepare law students for clerkships and … Continue reading

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March 31-April 1: Fate of Scholarship in American Law Schools

Click on the image above to access the conference home page, which contains the program for the two-day event, as well as a list of presenters and a list of concurrent sessions. The conference is supported by a generous grant from … Continue reading

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Prof. Gilman: How the high court fosters economic inequality

Venable Professor of Law Michele Gilman contributed an article, “How the Supreme Court made economic inequality a whole lot worse,” to The Conversation. Gilman notes that voters are looking for someone to blame for the widening chasm between rich and … Continue reading

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Silverman|Thompson|Slutkin|White funds $150K fellowship

The University of Baltimore School of Law is pleased to announce the establishment of the Silverman|Thompson|Slutkin|White Fellowship and its inaugural winner, first-year UB law student Gregory Waterworth. The Baltimore law firm of Silverman|Thompson|Slutkin|White has agreed to donate $150,000 to the … Continue reading

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March 31 forum to focus on this year’s election process

Find out how this year’s election affects you at “From Rights to Rhetoric: Why Voting Matters,” a forum to be held Thursday, March 31 from 6-8 p.m. at the H. Mebane Turner Learning Commons Town Hall (1415 Maryland Ave., Baltimore … Continue reading

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Prof. Lasson: ‘Professional prognosticators’ wrong on Trump

In “Media wrong all along on Trump,” a March 24 op-ed in The Baltimore Sun, Professor Kenneth Lasson says the “professional prognosticators” have been spectacularly wrong about Donald Trump‘s significance in the race for the 2016 GOP nomination. Lasson said … Continue reading

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Dan Hatcher on CBS: How the poor serve as a source of profits

Professor Daniel Hatcher was quoted in a March 28 CBS Money Watch segment, “The high cost of being poor.” America’s poor face a range of costs that affluent citizens usually don’t incur, such as high bank fees for low account balances. About … Continue reading

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